Economics Lisa Barber. 
Students learn the science and psychology behind the economy and the choices consumers make when participating in the five economic activities: producing, exchanging, consuming, saving and investing. Students are equipped to participate effectively in the activities of a well-functioning yet rapidly changing economy through research, observation, and decision making in this interactive course.

Personal Development Lisa Barber.
Students work to discover their personal interests and how these interests can lead to a career. Explorations include routing a higher education path, journaling, creating dream boards, discovering unique skills, and creating a path to alternative careers such as careers in the arts, theater, music, ministry, the healing arts and herbal medicinals. Content may be student lead; individualized for each student.